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The tragic loss of Stevhan Gobble

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Thanks a ton everyone.

 

If any of you are on a Facebook and are interested, I have posted a Hellblazer Memorial gallery in honor of Stevhan.

It's full of photos and out-takes from our photoshoots between 1998 and 2006.

If you have any trouble accessing it let me know.

 

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?id=10056...amp;aid=2022376

 

xo - tb

These are great! Thank you so much, it is a touching tribute.

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I've lost my father and an old friend in the same month earlier this year

 

 

My condolences, Stuart. In addition to losing my brother a few years ago, I also lost my father in October. Right now, I guess all of us are feeling our mortality. All I can say is that it DOES get easier to handle...eventually.

 

I think it helps when somebody is very old when they die. My father was 86 and I was expecting it. But I know that when you lose somebody close to you and they are not old it can be absolutely devastating and I can imagine that's how it is for Stevhan's loved ones. As my own life seems to get a bit better I can feel very keenly for Tim and his family.

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I'm very sorry to hear that. May your family find solace from your grief. My heart goes out to you and your family.

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Very sad news, Tim. My condolences to you and your family. As others have said, Stevhan came to personify John Constantine for me through your covers. I hope that this part of his legacy will allow his memory to live on beyond just the people who knew him personally.

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I was really saddened to read online of Stevhan's passing in 2009. Shortly after, when Jamie Delano was visiting Belgrade, I've tasked my friend Milan to make up a mock-cover painting as a gift for him, and pointed him towards Tim's albums of Stevhan for photo reference :

 

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He was truly an iconic and significant part of the series, and from what I've heard, a splendid human being. He will be missed, but we'll always think of him, while rereading Hellblazer.

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